What brave conversation would make all the difference in your career? Join in this month's London Tech Ladies where we're joined by Bethan Davies. She'll be telling us more about how having one brave conversation could power change and strengthen relationships.
So often, it is fear that holds us back from having the brave conversation that could make all the difference. This workshop focuses on moving through our often-unfounded fears of uncertainty, failure, conflict, and rejection, to a place where we can communicate effectively without blame or judgement.
Whether it’s a promotion, pay rise, change in role, development opportunity, or giving difficult feedback – this workshop will enable you to quickly learn the skills and approach to make a powerful case for change, and strengthen relationships as you do so.
This interactive session covers:
Identifying the brave conversations we want and need to have
Recognising the fears and excuses we make to ourselves that hold us back
Learning how to move forward despite them
Through attending this workshop, you will;
Learn a simple structure that enables powerful, objective and meaningful conversations
Be motivated to take bold, immediate steps towards your personal and professional goals
Feel empowered to ask for what you need or want, with less fear around hearing “no”
Identify fact from emotion, assumption and story
Understand and move past the excuses & fears that hold you back
Develop and practice skills to give and receive courageous feedback
Note - LondonTechLadies events are open to anyone - men & women from any industry or background are welcome.
Bethan has over 14 years’ experience within the Finance and Hi-tech sectors, working in regional and global leadership positions. Before starting her business, her most recent role involved leading Talent, Learning & Development across Europe & Africa with a focus on building a more inclusive, brave and collaborative culture. She co-founded the Bravest Path to bring a different approach to developing individuals and organisational cultures, making workplaces more human and humane. As an Executive Coach Bethan focuses on helping leaders be bolder, supporting them to get out of their comfort zone and take smart risks, developing their teams and enhancing engagement and performance.